BAY CITY, Mich. – Brinn Transmission has renewed an awards program that takes the Bay City, Mich., manufacturer through its 20th season of IMCA sponsorship.
Top five finishers at 30 designated IMCA Modified specials receive $50 product certificates. All 150 of those drivers will then be entered in a random drawing, with the winner receiving a new Brinn transmission.
The pole starter at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s Saturday night Modified main event also receives a new transmission. All 33 qualifiers for that event as well as the 12 Harris Auto Racing Race of Champions starters receive $50 product certificates.
Champions of two special series for Modifieds also earn free transmission rebuilds.
The popular Brinn program was continued through the 2022 race season.
“As Brinn Transmissions partners with IMCA for another three years, we look forward to continued growth and exposure,” said Brinn’s Bob Kietzman. “It has been a pleasure working with IMCA over these 18 years and we are excited to be involved for many years to come.”
Product certificates will be mailed from the IMCA home office within a week after official results from designated specials are received.
Bakersfield, Calif.’s Ethan Dotson started on the pole, and won, the Modified main event at Super Nationals in 2019. John Nord of Enderlin, N.D., won the random transmission drawing held last December.
Information about Brinn products and dealers is available by calling 989 686-8920, at the www.brinninc.com website and on Facebook.
“From the onset of this program, we’ve been able to give away dozens of transmissions to hard-working and deserving IMCA racers across the country,” stated IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Brinn’s new three-year commitment means we’ll be able to continue to do that in the foreseeable future.”